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The IRS May Get a Budget Boost…If Congress Passes The Infrastructure Bill

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Threading the infrastructure needle. On Thursday, to keep progressive congressional Democrats happy, President Biden said he would not sign a $1 trillion infrastructure bill unless it is paired with a larger package of social spending. Republicans immediately objected, saying last week’s infrastructure agreement with a small bipartisan group of senators included no preconditions.

President Biden: “We Have A Deal” On A Bipartisan Infrastructure Package

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Biden signs on to the bipartisan infrastructure framework. After meeting with 5 Republican and 5 Democratic Senators, Biden announced his support for their $1.2 trillion spending plan on roads, bridges and other traditional infrastructure. The plan includes no tax increases, according to a White House fact sheet, but does include an unspecified amount

Expensing Is Infrastructure, Too | Tax Foundation Analysis

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The Biden administration has suggested several tax increases for his infrastructure plan. Public infrastructure can help increase economic growth, but by raising taxes on private investment, the net effect on growth may be negative. However, tax options like retaining expensing for private R&D investment or making 100 percent bonus depreciation for equipment permanent

Taxes & Infrastructure Funding for Highways

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares As spending priorities are dividing lawmakers trying to negotiate among the various federal infrastructure plans, less time is being spent on the funding of one of the key components—our highways, both current and future taxes and fees. One of the current taxes, a federal excise tax on heavy commercial vehicles and trailers, is

Details & Analysis of Biden Infrastructure Plan

TweetShareSharePin11 Shares Launch Resource Center: President Biden’s Tax Proposals The Biden administration’s proposed American Jobs Plan (AJP) would increase federal spending by about $2.2 trillion over 10 years, including $1.7 trillion for infrastructure, partially funded with permanently higher corporate taxes of about $1.7 trillion over 10 years (conventionally estimated). Using the Tax Foundation General Equilibrium
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